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Ragnarok Mix Critique Please

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by BarracksRatStudios, Nov 25, 2016.

  1. BarracksRatStudios

    BarracksRatStudios New Metal Member

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    First Mix i have done in a long time. Drums are the SD 2.0 Avatar Library, Guitars are DI's run through Poulin Amp Sims and then some old Cab IR's i had from a few years ago. Bass is a Zombass render from the Multitracks i downloaded. Synths are renders provided. I had no desire to mess with the sound design for creating my own. All Plugins are stock Studio One 3 plugins. Any advice that could be given would be greatly appreciated.

    I got the multitracks from Daybreak, a user on here. He did a great job with the recordings.

    Daybreak's Thread:
    http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/threads/marvelous-mixing-practice-periphery-ragnarok.898051/
     
  2. Santiago Romero

    Santiago Romero New Metal Member

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    Drums are way too loud. Turn up the guitars. Also the guitar tone isn't very good.
     

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